The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing
  • Melissa Bank
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 067088300X

10 thoughts on “The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing

  1. says:

    I couldn t believe the disconnect between the reviews of this book and its contentThe New Yorkeractually compares it to Bridget Jones, because, you know, all books written by women with a female protagonist in her 20s are the same I thought this read like serious literary fiction If a guy had written this book, he d be called the next Salinger If an older woman had written this book her name would be Abigail Thomas and it would be a memoir titledSafekeepingTo be fair, I picked this I couldn t believe the disconnect between the reviews of this book and its contentThe New Yorkeractually compares it to Bridget Jones, because, you know, all books written by women with a female protagonist in her 20s are the same I thought this read like serious literary fiction If a guy had written this book, he d be called the next Salinger If an older woman had written this book her name would be Abigail Thomas and it would be a memoir titledSafekeepingTo be fair, I picked this up at a thrift store while on vacation and given the chick litty appearance of it I had low expectations By the first few pages, I realized this was not going to be some silly dating stories This was serious Good serious.The only reason I m not giving it 5 stars is because of the bizarre placement of the story titled The Best Possible Light I g...

  2. says:

    This book sucked some major balls.

  3. says:

    It is a shame that Bank s prose is categorized as chick lit, because there is real weight and substance in her writing style Perhaps she gets lumped into that fluffy genre because of her age and her contemporaries are cranking out pop fiction instead of literary fiction.Her characters proceed with humor, but it is not cheeky or plucky If her characters were brought to life on tv, it would be a drama, not a comedy Like my favorite short story collection of all time, The Nick Adams Stories, the It is a shame that Bank s prose is categorized as chick lit, because there is real weight and substance in her writing style Perhaps she gets lumped into that fluffy genre because of her age and her contemporaries are cranking out pop fiction instead of literary fiction.Her characters proceed with humor, but it is not cheeky or plucky I...

  4. says:

    0 stars if i wanted to spend hours hearing another female continually question her own abilities and judge herself mediocre, I could just hang out with myself.Found in Last Word trash A good placeAlso someone edited in an extra, unrelated chapter

  5. says:

    Based on the title, I thought that this novel would have some feminist themes, encouraging women to do things that normally men do, but instead this was a book about a series of romantic affairs, none of which were particularly engaging, memorable or unique After realizing that the book was about relationships, at a minimum, I had hoped Ms Bank would shed some new light on the woman s struggle to find a male partner in modern AmericaInstead, I found...

  6. says:

    This book was supposed to be what started the chick lit genreand I don t get it I thought it bordered on depressing Now in all fairness, I read it between Jen Lancaster books so.but really, it had a bleak, Russian winter feel to it Jane s relationship with Archie, the alcoholic older man, was just so sad that I wanted to beat her for even entertaining the notion of such a self indulgent ass in her life There was nothing fun or uplifting or even redeeming about this story line Based This book was supposed to be what started the chick lit genreand I don t get it I thought it bordered on depressing Now in all fairness, I read it between Jen Lancaster books so.but really, it had a bleak, Russian winter feel to it Jane s relationship with Archie, the alcoholic older man, was just so sad that I wanted to beat her for even entertaining the notion of such a self indulgent ass in her life There was nothing fun or uplifting or even redeeming about this story line Based on the title, I thought the book would have as least some notion of a feminist I am woman, hear me roar theme to it but no I m not all about happy endings but jeez, let s not write a book enabling women to stick out a crappy, crappy relationship because the character has unexplained daddy issues If the author was going to go down that road, at least put up a street sign so the reader would know whether they wanted to watch t...

  7. says:

    This book drove me crazy So many of my friends loved it and insisted I read it I hated it I thought I was missing something, so I read it again Still hated it Ugh.

  8. says:

    One of my roommate s boyfriends told me that I needed to learn something about feminine mystique He was probably right because I have never understood many things about womenlike why some take so long in the bathroom, and why every time a driver is repeatedly running into the garage wall while backing out, it turns out to be a woman why Sometimes I read books such as this in an effort to find feminine mystique.Ths book is about a woman and the men she dates The woman is on a postmodern One of my roommate s boyfriends told me that I needed to learn something about feminine mystique He was probably right because I have never understood many things about womenlike why some take so long in the ba...

  9. says:

    Ok I read this book a while ago I saw it on our bookshelf and realized I had completely forgotten what it was about I decided to re read it and guess what I cannot remember what it is about I don t think I can go for a third ...

  10. says:

    It occurred to me that the quiet in the suburbs had nothing to do with peace I believe it is time for another identity crisis It has been a few years My neurosis is making farm animals out of dust clusters in this particular corner and screaming to be taken for a walk It s time to lube up and face the fact that I might just be becoming one of those women that I want to kick in the shins with my doc martens and spit and spew snarky, inappropriate, gen x er, manifesto esque, Jenny Holzer TruiIt occurred to me that the quiet in the suburbs had nothing to do with peace I believe it is time for an...

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